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Sources have told ESPN FC that Young is happy at United, but would consider a move away in search of regular first-team football if he is told he can leave Old Trafford. Young, 31, has made nearly 150 appearances for United since signing from Aston Villa in the summer of 2011, but has been pushed down the pecking order by players like Anthony Martial, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Juan Mata, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard.
  • Reid follows in Murray's footsteps to finish year as world number one

    Reid follows in Murray's footsteps to finish year as world number one

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    World number one Griffioen continued to press Kamiji, going 3-1 up in the second set before her rival rallied to level at 4-4. Reid, third in 2014, is going for his first Masters title, while Houdet has won four of this year's Super Series titles and was looking to add to his Masters win in 2011.
  • Hamilton: New team-mate has to 'stand the heat'

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    Rosberg has accumulated 23 wins and 57 podium finishes in a ten-year, 206-race career. Rosberg, who began his grand prix career with Williams in 2006 and competed in more than 200 races, later posted a message to his Facebook account. And of course that had an impact on the ones I love too". They dueled for the F1 championship for the past three years. "But Toto understood. He knew straightaway that I was completely convinced and that reassured me".
  • Carr Alarm, But Raiders Fend off Cats

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    He may have had to endure his favourite team suffer a loss which sees them drop to 4-7, but the good news for the NBA's three-point king is that he and the Warriors are having a much better season and now have the league's best record at 15-2.
  • Gareth Bale facing surgery for ankle injury

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    Gareth Bale limped off the field on Tuesday after being substituted because of an apparent ankle injury in the 58th. In what is a huge blow for Real Madrid, the club confirmed on Wednesday that the Welshman has suffered a dislocation of the peroneal tendon in his right ankle.
  • FSU to Face Michigan in Orange Bowl

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    MI finished in third place in the Big Ten East Division with a 7-2 conference record. In that stretch the Seminoles have defeated all four North Carolina schools in the ACC, including NC State twice. FSU has split its only two previous meetings against MI, in 1986 and 1991. 20 Florida State , 20-18, under legendary head coach Bo Schembechler. FSU won the second meeting 51-31 in 1991.
  • Seeking perfection: Saban: 'It's never OK to lose a game'

    Seeking perfection: Saban: 'It's never OK to lose a game'

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    Alabama is led by quarterback Jalen Hurts, who has played beyond his years as a freshman. "By the slimmest of margins, Alabama is still No. 2 all-time behind Nebraska". The SEC's recent championship run didn't start all-Crimson. The Tide averaged only 44.75 penalty yards in those games, so they didn't beat themselves when it comes to flags.
  • Washington will play Alabama in semifinal

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    Number to know: Watson is closing strong, much as he did last season. Alabama was ranked No. 1, to no one's surprise. This despite Penn State having a tougher strength of schedule. The 15-win watch is back. The other loss was against a Baylor team that started a roaring 6-0 before internal struggles ruined the Bears' season. "You could make a really good argument that the Big Ten , specifically the Big Ten East, may be the best conference in all of college football right now", ...
  • Reigning World Champion Nico Rosberg Announces His Retirement, Racing World In Shock

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    Hamilton attempted to pressurise Rosberg into being overtaken by driving slowly when leading his team-mate at Yas Marina and ignored requests to speed up from nervy Mercedes chiefs. "My strongest emotion right now is deep gratitude to everybody who supported me to make that dream happen". "By the first test in February, when the new auto is ready, we certainly need a driver there".
  • Warren Slams Trump?s Pick for Treasury

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    Trump met Tuesday at Trump Tower with Goldman COO Gary Cohn, a potential choice to run the Office of Management and Budget. Mnuchin and Ross can be relied upon to make the bankers and financiers happy - Goldman Sachs stock soared when Mnuchin's appointment was announced - but all those blue-collar white guys who voted for Trump may not get the attention they expected.